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    Taken from garden hide
    Canon EOS-1D X
    Canon 500mm F4 L IS II
    Tv (Shutter Speed) 1/1250
    Av (Aperture Value) 8.0
    Exposure Compensation 0
    ISO Speed 4000
    DPP 4.6 & PS CC

    I currently have three pairs of bullfinch visiting, this one has a lighter more salmon pink breast than the others.

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    Jon the colour and the beautiful feather detail and texture is superb,can't find a tiny nit to pick,excellent work.

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    Good image with nice exposure really like the lichen on the perch.

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    The pastel breast feathers are remarkable on this beauty. Very nice detail, and wonderful colors in the BG.

    Geoffrey




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    Lovely Jon, you certainly are making the best usage of the garden. Ooh ISO4000, nice one.

    If I was to be really 'picky' the broken stump is less than ideal, I would 'doctor' that area for a cleaner look to the perch.

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    Thanks for the feedback everyone, glad you liked it.
    Steve the original conversion I made using Camera Standard and I fixed the twig much the way you did, but I wasn't happy with the salmon pink breast. I made another version using a different camera profile and when it came to fixing the twig I figured there are probably two people who would notice if I didn't....and one of them is on holiday! I decided to see if any one would spot it

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    Well if you do have the time, then I do feel it's worth fixing.

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